|Whether you are keeping a single pair, or breeding your birds for sale,
what you feed them will make a world of difference in their health,
appearance, vitality, and success. Nutrition is key! Get the nutrition
right and you'll have very few problems! Click the links in the title bars
below to enter each page for specifics!
|Depending on the season, Gouldians will require a very plain or "austere" diet all the way
up to the very rich breeding and molting diet. Read more here to learn about the different
|Gouldian finches are notorious for being picky eaters. They are often overly cautious or
even afraid of new items placed in their cage. This link will give you some ideas on how
to get them to be less afraid, and try new foods as they are introduced to their feeding
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cuttlebone in the
cage, break it into
smaller pieces . No
perch, no droppings.
You can then replace
wasted a whole piece!
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